Appearing on Fox News with host Howard Kurtz, White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway turned a conversation about President Donald Trump's sexist tweets about Morning Joe's Mika Brzezinski into complaint about the reral problem -- sexist attacks upon herself.
The ever-compliant Kurtz briefly touched on Trump's Mika tweets in order to give Conway a chance to vent, asking her, "Do you feel that you, as the highest ranking woman in the White House, are also the target of sexist attacks?"
"Sometimes, sure. Absolutely," Conway began. "Look, it doesn't get me off-kilter at all. I say prayers for those people. I'm there for the women who wouldn't be so snotty and so miserable with their own lives that they would have to attack a stranger or a woman in power."
Asked by Kurtz "Where are the stories about you as a victim of this," Conway said those stories will never be written because she is a conservative.
"I'm a conservative, I work for Donald Trump and I'm pro-life," Conway explained. "That's okay because, you know, we live in the bubble. You have no idea how many Americans live the opposite way."
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